I don't go out to Gahanna much. Since I snagged a cheap apartment Downtown, battling highway traffic to go shopping sounds exhausting. I effectively make mountains out of 20-minute drives.

I don't go out to Gahanna much. Since I snagged a cheap apartment Downtown, battling highway traffic to go shopping sounds exhausting. I effectively make mountains out of 20-minute drives.

But for you, Gahanna Greenflea, ain't no mountain high enough.

The new event promises the best parts of a farmers market - hot pepper plants, dried teas, herbs and flowers - and the best aspects of an hip antique shop - vintage coin jewelry, hand-made furniture and art. All of the vendors boast eco-friendly mission statements.

Check it out every second Saturday of the month outside Honey Grove Botanicals (also home of The Little Black Chair decor line, whose owner, Jeannine Kern, is in charge of the market). Find free parking in the Creekside garage.